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wouldn't do it differently. >> duncan started a unique messaging service. >> reporter: it was december 2010. duncan say, a 36-year-old father of three was diagnosed with cancer, an aggressive form of melanoma. >> a couple weeks before christmas. it was at that moment you're wondering your own longevity on the planet. >> reporter: he thought of things he would like to tell his children, not then but well into the future, kind of like michael keaton in "my life." >> i want to leave you this videotape so you know something about me. >> messages of wisdom, lessons learned in life, to be able to deliver a youtube type message to my kids in the future. >> reporter: except there was no simple and efficient way to do it online. so he launched ever gram, tend lets people create messages and have them delivered sometime in the future. he realized it could apply to all kinds of things. weddings would be especially high deal. by allowing the bride and groom's friends to offer congratulatory messages. >> your uncle bill is so crowd and we can't wait to meet daniel. >> reporter: a user creates accou
was december 2010. duncan seay, a 46 year old father of , was diagnosed pith cancer, an aggressive before christmas. nd it was ks3 ponnering about our own 're - longevity on the planet.the terrifying prognosis made him think about the kindssof tthngs he'd like to tell his children. not then, but well into the future. kind of like movie my liie."" wanted tt e leave you his videotape for bettee or worse, so that you know something about me.and messages of wisdom, lessons really the aha moment to be able to deliver youtube-type of delivery message to myykids in the future.except there was no simple and efficient waa to &pdo this heellunched evergram, a new kind of service that allows users to create messages and have them &pdelivered sometime intoothe future. you caa use your phone or computer.standup - duncan soon realized though thh dea would apply to all kinds of things. wedddngs would be especially ideal. by allowing and relatives to offer delivered on the day of a wedding.nats here's how it works. a uer creatts an account ann invites friends friends to participate.
, a republican, jeff duncan, who quoted him as follows, when i look at the results of the election, congressman duncan says, it becomes clear to me that the house is now the last line of defense for preserving freedom in this country. the people of south carolina clearly rejected president obama's policies i understand intend to fight on their behalf. in other words, it's the civil war. i'm standing up for south carolina. and obama may be interested in this thing called the union. i'm for sc sc. what an amazing, loyalty for your are state, as opposed to your country. didn't we get past that at one point? >> i don't think so. >> i'm standing up for south carolina, what does that mean? >> we went through this last summer. two summers ago, with the showdown over the fiscal -- over the debt ceiling. >> yeah. >> and at that point in time, the president tried to reach bargain. surer is right, john boehner would have cut a deal. but he couldn't, because at the end of the day, had he done so, his own house republicans would have risen up in mutiny. and he would have lost the speakership. whether mitch
con los detalles >>> en una cumbre sobre la educación, el secretario arney duncan dijo que la reforma migratoria y el dream act transformará las opciones para los hispanos. >>> uno del os más grandes desencantos fue no aprobar el dream act y cerrarle las puertas a estos niños que han trabajado tan duro, es una locura. >>> pero hay trabajo por hacer, hablando del a colaboración del sector privado, citó a univisión, es el momento ha dado cientos de becas. >>> univisión trabaja para que la comunidad pueda maximizar su potencial, tener acceso a recursos y también que la población se agradúe de la universidad. >>> también jeff bush estuvo en la cita, estados unidos es el país número 14 en nivel de graduación universitaria, algo inaceptable dijo el secretario duncan. >>> la verdad que todo lo que hay en problemas en el sistema estadounidense se ve reflejado en méxico. >>> todos estos jóvenes deben poder competir. >>> es importante que los estudiantes de estados unidos puedan competir con estudiantes de europa, de asia, de centro américa del mundo entero. >>> el número de e
. >> this is personal for ted duncan. his daughter attends the montgomery county school. the land they end up being used for a soccer fields. >> this is public land being private entity by the county. is one of the faces of the new lawsuit that claims the county did not follow the law leasing thes to montgomery county board of education. the fight started after a farmer was told his lease was not been renewed. >> if they are allowed to comment --h this all public land could used for anything anywhere in this count a plaintiff in the lawsuit the decision to build the fields violates master zoning regulations. >> a spokesperson says the position has not changed and they're moving the project because follows the potomac master that public land be used public persist -- purpose. >> the government is supposed to be -- as opposed to work for the residence. is waiting fory a court decision that will future of the farm. that decision is expected in february. >> the school board sent us a on the lawsuit saying, other legal action, we will respond to the appropriate affirm theontinue to the board to determine use
electronic system. on sunday morning around 11:00 duncan niederauer starts to think twice about this. maybe they shouldn't be bringing their own people into new york. maybe floor brokers shouldn't be going to work. liz: that's reasonable. >> let's go for -- [inaudible]. he did this obviously without knowing that his clients aren't set up to go that way. -- that his clients aren't set up to go full arca. they said we are not set up to deal with arca. liz: when you say we, who? >> let's just say most of the major wall street firms said they couldn't deal -- liz: because bnp paribas said they were fine, they could have done it, they were all ready. they are not exactly one of the major majors. if the little guys can, why can't the majors do? >> who knows. i don't know what they said during that call. i can just tell you there was a reason why duncan did a 180. that was why. here's the question, should the brokers have been already compliant fully with arca? should duncan have told them saturday that we may go full arca, underscored it, listen, just be prepared. is there a combination of both,
in the program with our friday market monitor guest. he's duncan richardson at eaton vanc an update on the aftermath of hurricane sandy now. with temperatures dropping, tempers are flaring in some areas struggling with no power and dwindling food and clean water. >> this is staten island. four days after hurricane sandy brought her destructive winds and devastating storm surge of atlantic seawater. across the hudson river from new york, some new jersey neighborhoods remain inundated with flood waters. low temperatures this weekend are forecast to be close to freezing. the official count from the department of energy had 3.6 million customers across 11 states still without power. getting around in affected areas remains a challenge. the new york subway system remains shut down in lower manhattan. commuter rail systems in the new york suburbs are on limited service, as are new york's three large airports. >> tom: energy also remains a concern. late today the department of energy announced it will release emergency heating oil supplies to relieve a supply crunch due to sandy. meantime,
company's bottom line. >>> then, in another exclusive, nyse chief duncan niederauer talks to maria about how he's addressing another trading glitch that affected some 200 stocks during yesterday's trading session. >>> and america's business leaders invited to the white house to chime in on fixing the debt and solving the fiscal cliff. but not one bank ceo is on the guest list. why is that? exclusive reaction from a top banking boss coming up on the "closing bell." [ female announcer ] e-trade was founded on the simple belief that bringing you better technology helps make you a better investor. with our revolutionary e-trade 360 dashboard you see exactly where your money is and what it's doing live. our e-trade pro platform offers powerful functionality that's still so usable you'll actually use it. and our mobile apps are the ultimate in wherever whenever investing. no matter what kind of investor you are, you'll find the technology to help you become a better one at e-trade. >>> welcome back. network giant cisco systems is out with its first quarter results tonight. let's go straight to
. it has worked out well in the education apartment with arne duncan, sean donovan at hud, and they look like they are in a for the long haul. >> it will be interesting to see who replaces timothy geithner at treasury. >> trying to escape. >> he has been trying to escape for a long time. i will be interested to see the type of person the president picks going forward. obviously geithner has caused consternation on the hill and i think senators and both parties will look at the nominee, whoever it may be, very hard. >> obviously, just how these nominations go and how the senate treats them, how much, treats them, will be a good early indicator of what next year is going to be like. because if they start fighting over whether the next night -- nominee for treasury secretary ones -- who knows? says something nice about j.p. morgan, then we are going to be in for a long year. >> you actually took the question away from me. i was going to ask whether you thought there was movement getting appointees confirmed in the senate. >> i am not sure i understand -- all appointees? >> at our agency and
believe the death toll, also is much higher than that. because i know for a fact, duncan hills micy cousin lives there and, the property there, no one has been there to site and they say listen to news and twitter and facebook. there is no electricity. >> when you say no one has been able to look at the properties. there are a lot of homes under water or homes that have been up lifted and moved, there is no way to get to them. and the feeling, i guess fema folks are saying the body count could be higher, right? >> i'll bet the body count is higher. because there are many areas in duncan hills that have not been touched. my cousin is there and she has been there since the day it happened in her home, no one, no one has been to her area which is duncan hills on jefferson. i called her this morning, because all she has is her cell phone to see if she was okay, and, i'm in the my own devastation and i couldn't get to her because of flooding. >> when we chatted yesterday, staten island, i thought it was the rodney dangerfield of new york burrows and i said that in a kind way, you never get the
. the suspect is 29-year-old duncan philips wanted for a robbery last week in the city of benicia and this they chased him from san francisco to treasure island. 6.5-hour standoff, the suspect duncan philips dead from a single gunshot wound. >>> developing news in milpitas. a search is ongoing for a man who reportedly exchanged some gunfire with officers there and cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is at the scene with more. >> reporter: the streets are still shut down jacklin road between campbell street and arizona avenue. still shut down. police are still on scene. we have a couple of fire trucks in the area. we have seen police still walking around gathering evidence or a few evidence markers still here at the intersection of jacklin road and escuela parkway. we have video from the scene earlier. chp confirmed that shots were fired in milpitas and now police are on the lookout for a suspect. what's unconfirmed is that milpitas police tried to pull over a man in a tan honda and he took off. we don't know if there was a chase involved but we heard that reports of shots fired were in t
, three best players, duncan parker and ginobili did not suit up against miami. popovich, the league is threatening a heavy, heavy dose of discipline. ray allen nailed the 3. and all the backup players hung in there till the finish, and miami had to ride it out. 105-100 against. you don't sit down all your players. i know it's a long season, but on national tv? >>> and the earthquakes, wondo is the mvp. nice to see another one of my predictions come through. [ laughter ]
. tim duncan calls time out. parker, for the win. good night. game over. drive home safely. spurs win in ot 86-84. spurs may be old, tony parker, tim duncan but old but dangerous. >> very good. >> i know the feeling. >> it is really happening. very good. >> that is kind of rough. >> that is our report. break it up boys. i'm dan ashley. we appreciate your time.
is assistant secretary arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get to say something. i get to say something. as everyone in this room knows, youngest mayor in 100 years, right? youngest mayor in 100 years when he was elected 10 years ago and he has
of the presidency, he has used the good offices of secretary duncan and the attorney general to make sure we send a very clear message as a federal government that we are all in this together, that bullying is indeed not a rite of passage and as you said so correctly and so eloquently, superintendent, that kids can't learn if they don't feel safe. kids can't learn if they can't be themselves. kids can't learn if they are afraid to turn the corner for fear that somebody is going to hurt them. kids can't learn if they perceive that their teachers and administrators don't have their back when something happens. and that's why we're here. that's why we're together. because we're here to get off the dance floor for a day and on to the balcony, to reflect on what the best practices are, to listen and learn from each other and to do when end of the day, superintendent, i would respectfully submit, precisely what that kid asked you yesterday, to walk out of here and ask ourselves, what can we do differently and better? what did we learn? how can we apply evidence-based practices to the work that we do?
threatening suicide. the suspect is believed to be duncan phillips and he is wanted for assault and for stealing a car in venetia. residents of the island have been frustrated driving back and forth unable to go home. >> we could not just get in and they were asking us to go back to the city or go someplace else or something like that. >>> and now at this time, treasure island is shut down, westbound and eastbound and we just learned that the red cross does have a shelter available for people who live on the island who are stranded unable to get home, that is at a trans bay terminal and at this point no word on when access will be granted back on to the island. we have heard police say they will work some way of getting people on and off the island and no word on how that will be implemented and no timeline on that because it is a sensitive situation. they don't want people driving passed the area and he has held the gun to his own head and they don't want anybody else to be a victim in this case and they don't want anybody to be tar getted as they pass by that scene. we will co
president he would reverse the waiver secretary duncan had given for more flexibility on no child left behind in exchange for things like the higher standard in on the other hand in the proposal is the elimination of certain ideas like the idea that there has to be any consequence or activity in the low performing schools but let's wait for flexibility and require the performing schools unless the states figure out how to do it in many ways because there's a combination of ending the waivers and going back and we authorizing and eliminating things it seems to me to be somewhat contradictory. >> there is a lot to what you said there. you brought up a lot of issues. one of them let's start with the weavers of course they will be previewed by a new administration as every executive action that a prior administration has taken would be. they buy is a would be like the obama administration given they were granted for two years. what we believe is the waivers are a poor model for the development of the education policy in particular a poor substitute for the reauthorization of the elementary
duncan niederauer among the ceos in the fix the debt commission. he's later on the "closing bell." stay with us. i was downstairs making coffee, and we heard it. it just came crashing through the roof, out of nowhere. what is it? it's our ira. any idea what coulda caused this? maybe. i just sorta threw a little money here, a little money there. and i loaded up on something my dentist told me was hot. yeah. ♪ having you ship my gifts couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and my daughter loves the santa. oh, ah sir. that is a customer. let's not tell mom. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. >>> shares of activision a bit lower today despite the launch of what many believe will be the biggest video game of all time. namely "call of duty: black ops 2." julia boorstin is here with more. >> that's right. it's expected to be not only the biggest joid game of the holiday season but also the biggest video game of the entire year and perhaps of all time. activision announced this morning that preorders have shattered the records set by las
down the road in bay head, the duncan's home is in -- unlivable. the only way to save what is left is to fish out soggy insulation like many, they wonder when the crazy weather will finally end. >> i mean, it is just like a joke, no, it is too cold for the locusts. >> reporter: surprising resiliency, for people who face daunting recovery. the state of new york put an estimated price tag on this double hit from sandy and the nor'easter at $33 billion. but of course what people really want to know, brian, when will they get their power back >>> thank you, stephanie, this storm added more misery to the folks on staten island, long described as the city's forgotten borough. ann curry went there after the lives were shattered. this week, she went back to check with the people who lost just about everything. >> reporter: 62-year-old grandmother phillis had evacuated with her family. just before sandy struck we first met her when she comprehended her loss. >> my house is gone, and everything i own, everything i have is not there anymore. it is breaking my heart, because -- because it is a
marine park which restricts mineral exploration and fishing. duncan kennedy has all of the details. >> the area now covered it is bigger than saudi arabia. five zones around australia, from the coral sea in the north to the indian ocean in the west. massive stretches of open water, where fishing and drilling will be all but off-limits. >> we need to appreciate in the years to come we don't want people to only know the magnificence of the russians through aquarium's -- of the magnificence of their oceans. >> the most environmental groups say it is a maritime milestone. >> this is the world's biggest national marine park. it is a new global benchmark that is exciting, the stork, and really day-to-day celebrating the oceans. we should be very proud the decision has been made and we finally have this in place. >>> but parts of the fishing industry have not been so supportive. although the government is offering $100 million of compensation to take boats out of commission, some believe the controls on commercial trolling are too strict. >> we have to change with the times, but we have s
testimonios en el caso. luego futuro de los hijos del felipe dependerÁn del juez duncan, miles de niÑos se encuentran en situaciones similares, en sparta carolina del norte, univisiÓn. >>> gracias jaime, israel lanzÓ una ofensiva aÉrea, contra hamas, que gobierna la franja de gaza, insistiÓ estar preparado para una invasiÓn terrestre, se disparÓ cientos de cohetes, y 95 hoy, y en edipto continÚan esfuerzos diplomÁticos para hallar una soluciÓn, se tiene lo Último del conflicto. >>> pese a esfuerzos diplomÁticos e intensas negociaciones, el fiaego cruzado de misiles disparados por hamas desde gaza e israelo desde el territorio, continÚan, decenas de muertos caen, al menos cien se cuentran hasta ahora, la mayorÍa palestinos, se dice que el 40% de vÍctimas en gaza son niÑos y mujeres. >>> las fuerzas aÉreas de israel bombardearon el edificio que alojaba a periodistas internacionales y habÍa un lider del grupo islÁmico, considerado por estados unidos e israel como un grupo terrorista luego de dos explosiones, el edificio se prendiÓ en llamas, el lÍder palestino muriÓ y otr
to be 29-year-old duncan phillips and he is wanted for stealing a car in venetia. phillips is considered armed and dangerous and meanwhile residents of the island have been telling us they have been left frustrated unable to go home. >> we have been waiting for like the last four island to open up. i have to wake up for 6:00 a.m. to go to work and that's going to be really hard for me. >> now coming back to our live shot, we have been asking when residents will be allowed on and off the island and the best information as to when that will happen is they are telling me they will begin escorting people on and off the island and no timeline on this right now. really this is a dine familiar nick -- dynamic situation and they don't want any vehicles near there because this is a suspect who is armed want peopl that scene and there is a negotiator trying to bring this to a peaceful end and we will bring more information as soon as it is made available to us. for now christian captain ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> we are also following developing news in the south bay. jeanine della vague has
conductor de la película. romper con los moldes tradicionales fue el propósito del productor duncan... mezcla con la música cono temo par nae y alternativa. por artistas famosos. y músicos menos conocidos que se funcionan en un experimento musical nunca antes vistos. >>> estoy tocando con mono blanco es un grupo de soul jarocho tradicional. y me puso a improvisar encima de los 2. >>> la creciente división entre ricos y pobres y el resultado más evidente de la desigualdad. >>> 2 de las grandes demandas que tiene la sociedad americana de méxico son mano de obra, y drogas y las 2 las tiene prohibidas. tienen que legalizar ambas cosas. tarde o temprano. >>> hecho en méxico es una realidad mexicana, al inicio de la segunda década del siglo xxi creo que somos un pueblo que estamos además en la expectativa, de que precisamente un día des país que esta película se estrena en los Ángeles, toma posesión del pri. >>> casi 3 años tomó la realización de esta película a pe sadr su título no solo es para mexicanos. >>> los no mexicanos, especialmente los no latinos, van a sentir,
pain today. duncan kennedy, bbc news, sydney. >> following the resignation of the bbc director-general after just eight weeks in the job, today two more senior executives have been told to step aside. george entwistle resigned saturday following a bbc investigation that led to a former british mp been wrongly accused of child abuse. let's get more on how this ongoing crisis has affected the bbc and his reputation. our correspondent joins in. naomi, the seven going love for quite awhile. should we be surprised by the most recent news that we have had a shift in the senior office? been i did not think we should be priced. and has been going on for weeks. bbc have been headlines for although it relates on just one program, news night, because it is a flag shop -- flagship it tainted the whole of bbc journalism. that is why the new acting director general has not wasted any time today in insisting that it is going to get a grip of this problem and restore public faith in the bbc. >> it has been a very difficult episode. and the bbc is all about trust. the bbc needs to be trusted. i
, univision ... el secretario de educacion arne duncan hace un llamado a la comunidad hispana en todo el pais a unirse para que se pueda aprobar el acta del sueno ... lilian mass hablo con el funcionario y nos brinda un informe del encuentro.. ayer se pronunciaron frente a la casa blanca y hoy el secretario de educaciÓn reconoce la urgencia de darle a los miles de jÓvenes indocumentados alrededor del paÍs una reforma en la que se asegure no solamente la permanencia sino las tambiÉn las oportunidades de superacio Ón .."necesitamos pasar el actal sueÑo desesperadamente y necesitamos poner la educacio Ón al alcance de todos, independientemente de su estatus migratorio." la reciente ley que fue aprobada por los votantes en el estado de maryland y la cual permite a los soÑadores tener acceso a los estudios a un bajo costo ,sentÓ precedentes.. por lo que se espera la historia se repita a nivel nacional .. " necesitamos hacer lo mismo aquÍ a un nivel nacional el presidente esta absolutamen te comprometido a hacerlo y tambiÉn lo estoy yo .. pero antes que nosotros logremos h
. duncan kennedy, bbc news, sydney. >> let's remind you of our top story at this hour. china is just 24 hours a way of -- from officially naming their new leader. he will take up the reins of power with a new generation of leaders who have just concluded the 18th meeting of the communist party in beijing. i will see you very soon. we put our extended global network to work for a wide range of companies, from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> bbc world news was presented by kcet los angeles.
's freshman duncan enersen, to pedal hard enough to spin four giant rotors and give this ungainly machine into the air, a human powered helicopter. this is the gamara2 earlier this summer unexpectedly flying 10 feet into the air after some dramatic redesigns that cut its weight by 30 five pounds. >> it's an absolutely huge vehicle. to come off the ground almost effortlessly is absolutely amazing. >> reporter: the summer flight brought the team tantalizingly close to winning a prize, to fly a helicopter 60 seconds at 10 feet of altitude and under control enough to stay inside a 10-meter box. no one has come this close in 30 years of trying. >> would woo! >> it's a chapter of aviation history, taking down the sakorski prize that has been there 32 years unclaimed is a big deal. >> reporter: right now the issue is controlling the machine. they're trying to solve the problem with brain power and some epoxy. if they, do they just might claim a legitimate place with charles lindberg and the wright brothers. in largo scott broom, 9 news now. >> right here in our backyard, congrats. by the way,
basketball. the secretary of education arne duncan and scotty pippen were there playing with him. and this has become a ritual for the president. he seems superstitious and it's supposed to bring him good luck on election day. the president made a surprise stop on the campaign field office in hyde park and it's not clear when the president will arrive tonight, the doors will open to the public at 730time tonight and this is different from the rally we saw in 2008 when president election -- president-elect president obama gave his speech and that was an unticketed event attracting 2,000 people. this event will be smaller, about 10,000 people and security is much sighter and you can expect the news to be different. >> joining us live from chicago, and let's go to mitt romney's headquarters in boston. >> reporter: brian, a very anticipated, exciting mood here in boston. at the boston convention center. the stage is set and people are beginning to pile in. 8,000 people are expected here tonight. from that stage, that podium, well, governor romney will give his election speech or conc
. his team won and he was joined by former nba player scottie pippen and education secretary arne duncan. he was in good spirits and joking around during the game and he's really confident lesli. >> but not -- not even in the least bit a little nervous in particular because his opponent kind of broke from tradition and went out and did some very visual campaigning today? >> reporter: and i think that's why the president took time out today to do those slight interviews with -- satellite interviews with the tv and video stations in crucial states, this will be a close night. the polls have been close all along. this is too close to call. the president is really trying to stress today is to get his supporters out to the polls. this will come down to voter turnout in the crucial swing states lesli. >> we will see what happens tonight. danielle, thank you so much. and our friends at "usa today" project that when campaign 2012 is all said and done, $6 billion, billion with a b. will have been spent on just the federal campaigns. four years ago an estimated 131 million people voted. if the sam
. experiences etched on faces and recorded for others to share. duncan kennedy, bbc news in sydney. >> let's take a look at some other stories from around the world now. a strike which has been brought the kenyan port of mombasa to a standstill has been called off after letters of employment were issued to casual workers. the letters give workers permanent jobs. the strike, which was in its second day, had disrupted loading at the port, which is the again gateway for east african trade. japan has lodged a formal complaint with the ambassador after an assault on a teenager by a u.s. soldier. he is said to have hit a 13-year-old boy. the man then fell from a window and was taken to hospital. turning now to our top story -- the u.s. presidential election. for more than a year we've been watching the nominees campaign for the job and with just days to go it's time to consider what would actually happen if they got it. for president obama, well, his track record gives us a pretty good idea. but what about his challenger? >> on his long journey to the white house we've seen the evolution of mitt
. san antonio mayor julian castro. new york mayor corey booker. education secretary arne duncan. singer/songwriter james taylor. even the symbol of our country, the american flag. how could you betray me like that, flagworth. i should string you up on a pole. ( laughter ) folks, all of these people were on my show and, therefore, received the coveted colbert bump. and the success, the success of the dem convention can mean only one thing-- the bump has gone rogue. ( laughter ) i've lost control of it. now, folks, i prayed this day would never come, but evidently, even god was powerless to stop the bump. probably because he's never gotten it. come on my show, mr. god! ( cheers and applause ) now, answer my calls. never answers. now i know what you're thinking, stephen, you created the bump. surely you can take it away from these democrats. no, it's not that simple. you see, all bumps operate on the same frequency. it's just like wifi-- only you can't tuz to watch porn at starbucks. ( laughter ) to recall even one bump, you must recall them all. but i have no choice, nation. tonight
. spokesperson for arnie duncan said this. almost unbelievable. to make student loans available to as many people as possible. this sounds like what barney frank said in 2003, 2004, 2005. >> bob: the alarmists around the table are nervous here. only 11% of the student loans are over 90 days late. >> eric: higher than any other time. >> bob: in the middle of a recession. coming off a recession rather. to have jesse waters go out with floozzys and says that represents college -- >> eric: the government demands no collateral no, credit -- >> bob: so what? >> eric: how about this one? the parents, the parents plus program. a parent can take out a loan for the kid's student debt but the kid graduates from college. he is not on the hook for the loan. if he walks away he keeps he his job and no loan. >> brian: they are hoping they walk away and the government has to pay for everything. staggered to find out 20 million kids go to school and 12 million borrow money to go to school. the question is as senator corker brought up, should we pile debt on the students? well meaning kids that want to go to schoo
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